Review: Point Defiance – All For You (Rock)

This review covers the hard rock track Point Defiance – All For You.

This track was released in 2002 on a self-titled album. Already, we’ve reviewed another track on this album: Close to Nothing.

This track starts on a quiet note which actually works well for this track. It doesn’t take long before the guitars make an appearance and sets the tone for the rest of the track.

The vocals, as usual, provide a unique aspect of this track. This definitely gets a thumbs up from me even though it’s a bit difficult to understand what is being said at times.

The guitars throughout the track are a real highlight. They are varied, but are consistently strong elements throughout the tracks.

The only part in this track I get lost in is the lyrics. I’m not entirely sure of the meaning of it. Still, this is actually a small part of this track.

Overall, if like rock, you could do a whole lot worse than pick this one. It has great vocals and great guitars. The lyrics are a bit hit and miss, but that’s about it. A pretty good track overall.


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